CES 2016 one of the most important, not to say the more important in the field of user electronics, brings us the latest news in the world drone during the days 6,7 and 8 January… What will be the trends for this year?
In a series of posts these days, we will announce news and curiosities the most leading companies take out on sale for 2016.
1. YUNEEC Typhoon H, the first commercial drone with Intel anti-collision system.
One of the competitors of DJI, Yuneec, has unveiled at CES-2016 the anti-collision system that Intel will provide to their drones. The area will make it through the Sens Real Intel to map on the fly in real time.
In addition, course of 6 motors in the drone against the four of the most popular models of DJI. It is clear that the redundancy of systems will be the trend in this world
2. Parrot presents its fixed wing, Parrot disk
For those who have not left the world of vertical takeoffs, parrot brings this fixed wing, clearly influenced by his older brother and more technical, the Jordi.
It seems that Parrot has found a part of the market of little exploited drones as it is the market of the fixed-wing for amateur user. The sensations of flight, and factors to consider when flying a fixed-wing are different from a copter (for generalizing), but the team has achieved what the trip computer is responsible for controlling all these variables and the pilot just worry about playing with the pitch, to avoid bad maneuvers or lost and think only enjoy.
It will begin to sell this year, but there is no published anything about the price.
3. AIRBUS and its system anti drones in CES-2016
Recently saw a video of how the forces of order Japanese rehearsed to stop drones with bad intentions in mid-flight, I think somewhat crude and ineffective. Airbus, in particular its section of space and defense, has developed a system, precisely for that, prevent illegal intrusions of RPAs in critical areas and offers electronic countermeasures to prevent collateral impacts.
The effectiveness of this system according to Airbus, lies in the use of operational radar, infrared camera to identify the intruding drone and eliminate the threat to distances of between 5 and 10 kms.
System will break the connection between the appliance and the pilot or the groundstation and will define the position of the same to alert the authorities and to proceed with his arrest. In addition, unlike other inhibitors in use, this will only block the selected frequency, leaving the others to act normally.
According to Airbus, a large company in the electricity sector has already signed a contract, interested in this technology.
4. Lily wins the award for innovation at CES-2016
Everyone has heard of it, in all the conversations in which there are drones someone says: "eh, you've seen that you take to the air and follows you…?". Yes, it is the Lily. Everyone has heard of him, he has seen the video, but no one has had it in his hand, and in spite of that has received an award for innovation at the expense of other companies that if they have demonstrated their skills during the CES-2016
There has been enough controversy. While the rest of the manufacturers of these mills has participated in a "drones rodeo" demonstrating the capabilities of your devices (Yes, continue talking about drones) Lily team not has been able to fly because of technical difficulties.
A bluff? They have promised much and now they cannot meet it? Hopefully, we'll see it this year. For those who don't know it, I do not believe you to be many, I leave a video with the virtues of the device in question.
5. Eheng 184 dare to travel by Drone?
This small car not only looks like a drone but which also acts as such. Responsible for this madness or genius, why is not, Ehang company says will come to market this machine along the 2016 with a price of between 200,000 and $300,000.
The plan of this company is that passengers or users of this device can fly from one place to another simply by using your mobile phone and an application. You say the phone where you want to go, and this will automatically take off to your destination, without any human interference. 8 engines, 4 arms, a single person.
We've all seen attempts, through drones, making autonomous air vehicle, some touching madness and the physical integrity of the pilot but it seems that Ehang people has taken it seriously.
The question I ask myself, and that many of you you the you are doing now is, if to my drone you a motor fails, it goes down… So how safe is this pileup? Ehang ensures that all systems redundancy (duplicate) guarantees a safe flight with 184. They say a speed of 62 miles per hour and a maximum altitude of 11,000 feet, but I can assure you that you I will not try… and I've seen my drone fall less height and break into a thousand small pieces.
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